Facility Executive | February 2017 Issue

The February 2017 issue features the 2017 Facility Executive Of The Year. Plus, a look at in-building cellular, waste management, the building envelope, emergency preparedness, flooring, and our annual Readers’ Choice Awards.

January / February 2017 IssueFacility Executive: February 2017

Volume 30, Number 1

Facility Retrofit: School District Tracks Space Use | In Beaverton, OR, frequent after-hours facility events called for a more efficient scheduling tool.

Tech And FM: Planning For Wireless Infrastructure | When boosting in-building cellular, the facility structure is key.

The HVAC Factor: Refrigerants With Low Global Warming Potential | Current research evaluates the next generation of alternatives.

Facility Executive Of The Year 2017 | Fred Reddig, Director of Facilities for the NFL’s Detroit Lions, hit the ground running to improve sustainability at the team’s Ford Field.

2017 Readers’ Choice Awards | In this annual survey of Facility Executive readers, votes were cast for product and service suppliers preferred during 2016.

Setting Waste Management Goals | Facilities utilize new ENERGY STAR Portfolio feature to track refuse.

Maximizing The Building Envelope | Tapping a consultant focused on this facility element can pay off.

Preventive Maintenance For Roofing And Exteriors | Common issues and tested solutions benefit facility executives.

Insulation: Mineral Wool Or Polyiso? | Compare the features of each of these materials for the best fit.

Developing Emergency Preparedness Plans | Ensure a robust response with proper evaluation and practice.

The Open Office: What’s Working and What’s Not? | If this interiors concept is here to stay, how can it be deployed?

Choose Flooring Wisely | Evolving offerings help to identify best fit for facility conditions.

Renewable Energy: Bring In The Sun With Daylighting | Capitalizing on natural illumination reduces energy bills and impact on the environment.

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